Von Schrenck's Bittern
Von Schrenck's bittern or Schrenck's bittern (Ixobrychus eurhythmus) is a small bittern (birds of the subfamily Botaurinae). It is named after Leopold von Schrenck, the 19th-century Russian naturalist.
The male is uniformly chestnut above, and buff below and on the wing covert feathers. The female and juvenile are chestnut all over with white speckles above, and white streaks below. When in flight, it shows black flight feathers and tail. It is a small species at 33 to 38 cm in length, with a short neck, longish yellow beak and yellow legs.